Only in passing does your article mention that restaurants and bars have the right to prohibit guns in their establishments, and many do. So if a person feels uncomfortable in a restaurant where carrying is permitted, he or she doesn't have to go there. But my real objection is that the article is rather male oriented and quite "old school" in its thinking. Only men are quoted, leaving out the approximately 15 to 20 million women who own guns, some of whom legally carry concealed handguns because they feel unsafe.
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